The Cultural Heritage Administration and the Korea Foundation for Cultural Properties announced that they will show ‘Gyeongbokgung Palace Saenggwabang Program’ for about 8 months from April 4 to November 30.
With lovers, friends, and families looking for Gyeongbokgung Palace as a hot place to wear hanbok and leave their once in a life photo shots, you can enjoy a cultural event with a unique taste of palaces among the four palaces of Seoul.
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Between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm at the Gyeongbokgung Palace, which made rice cakes, sweets, tea, and other snacks for the royal family, Gyeongbokgung Palace showcase a variety of Korean traditional medicinal tea, snacks and menus that were eaten in the Palace.
There are six kinds of Korean traditional medicinal teas such as green tea with big blue lilyturf, ginseng and omija, a ginseng tea with milk vetch root, a ginger tea with other medicinal herbs.
As a royal snack, you can taste dried fruit and nuts made with honey, jelly made with jujube and cinnamon, and Gangjeong(fried glutinous rice crackers with sesame or beans) as a traditional confectionary.
In addition to regular experience operation, special experience events will be held for a specific period for visitors.